to go: Louisburg Cider Mill, Powell Observatory, Rutlader Outpost & Cedar
Cive – Feline Conservatory
The land Louisburg sits on was originally
a portion of the Louisiana Purchase from France in 1803. The city has Wooded
hills, streams, and grassland are the Confederated Tribes of Wea, Peoria, Kaskaskia and Piankishaw Indians establish
arriving in this area about 1827.
The Missouri Kansas Texas railroads
create confusion with St. Louis, Missouri and the name was altered in 1871 or
1872 to Louisburg. There was a considerable amount of disorder in Louisburg
during this time because it was a so called boom-town and there were existing
conflicts between Kansas Jayhawkers and Missouri Raiders.
The city’s schools have received some of
the highest academic standings in the states and recreational activities for
the families and guest. Affordability in housing has never been better and
depending upon the desire of a multitude of housing choices even upscale
subdivisions and town homes.
Louisburg residents make the 20-minute
commute to the Kansas City Metro Area for work, however prefer the small-town
atmosphere for living and raising the families. The Louisburg Chamber of
commerce, community ventures, schools and churches gathered together and
provide a large variety of indoor and outdoor activities annually. Visitors and
residents attended the events and even nearby communities. Experience the
friendliest people you will ever meet in Louisburg, Kansas.